Promoting collaborative research on ideas central to the pressing issues of our time.

Faculty Scholars in Residence

This program, jointly sponsored with the College of the Liberal Arts and the commonwealth campuses, provides up to eight faculty members per year with one semester of release time from teaching, and a $1,000 mini-grant for research expenses and/or materials.

Fabienne Kanor photo
TALES FROM THE HOLD – Episode 2: The Last Ship
Sabine Doran
Dyeing for the Revolution: Towards an Ethics of Coloring
Janet Neigh headshot
Repairs Pending: Caribbean Street Poetics and the Decolonial Imaginary
Greg Eghigian
Carried Away? Belief, Truth, and Trauma in the Alien Abduction Phenomenon
Kobi Kabalek
Holocaust Horror: A Cultural History
Dara R. Walker
High School Rebels: Black Power, Education, and Youth Politics in the Motor City, 1966-1973
Linda Istanbulli
Unravelling the Nation: Criticality and Agency in Contemporary Syrian Women’s Fiction
Jooyeon Rhee
Deviant Modernity: Transnational Imagination of Crime in Korean Detective Fiction